Strive for 35 Locations

Please submit photos for the Celebrating 35 Years Photo Contest going to, from or standing at a Strive for 35 Challenge location or activity listed below.  To learn more about the Strive for 35 Challenge, click here.

Number Activity or Place to Visit
1 Go fishing or swimming in Houghton’s Pond
2 Take advantage of a winter sport in the Blue Hills: downhill ski, cross country ski, snow shoe, sled or walk in the snow!
3 Attend a Friends of the Blue Hills’ signature event: Winter Fest, Green Up, and/or Summer Fest, Sunset from the Top, Annual Celebration
4 Take a picnic in the park
5 Ponkapoag Bog Walk
6 AMC Cabins (on Ponkapoag Pond)
7 St. Mortiz Pond
8 Chickatawbut Overlook
9 Chickatawbut Tower
10 Eliot Tower
11 Blue Hills Observatory
12 Fowl Meadow
13 Quincy Quarries (Rim trail)
14 Blue Hills Reservoir
15 Brookwood Farm
16 Great Cedar Swamp
17 Blue Hills Trailside Museum
18 Rattlesnake Hill
19 Buck Hill #2165
20 Sign for the Civilian Conservation Corps Camp
21 Hancock Hill
22 Old Route 128 (#2085)
23 Hawk Hill (Marker 3030)
24 Tucker Hill
25 Houghton Hill
26 Fox Hill
27 Wolcott Hill
28 Hemenway Hill #1150
29 Kichamakin Hill
30 Wampatuck Hill
31 Nahanton Hill
32 Breeze Hill
33 North Boyce Hill
34 South Boyce Hill
35 Fenno Hill

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